P-CMM (People Capability Maturity Model)Presented By:- Sarthak Gupta People Capability Maturity Model
People Capability Maturity ModelOutline• CMM• Why P-CMM ?• Introduction• Difference between P-CMM and CMM• Architecture of P-CMM• Process area and maturity levels
People Capability Maturity ModelCMM• A development model created by Software Engineering Institute.• It is applied to an existing organizations Software - Development Processes to improve productivity and quality, reduce costs and time to market, and increase customer satisfaction.
People Capability Maturity ModelWhy P-CMM???• People is one of the main aspects of any organization.• Too much focus on technology and less on people.• Consideration on not only “hygiene factors” but whole person.
People Capability Maturity ModelIntroduction• A framework that focuses on improving management and development of human assets of an organization.• Provides an improvement path• Integrate workforce development with process improvement• Characterize the maturity of their workforce practices
People Capability Maturity ModelIntroduction• It is used world-wide by organizations, small and large, such as IBM, Boeing, BAE Systems, Tata Consultancy Services, Ericsson, Lockheed Martin and QAI (India) Ltd.
People Capability Maturity ModelDifference between CMM and P-CMM• CMM is more generic and focused on organization process.• P-CMM is more focused on the organization workforce.• P-CMM has a staged architecture then just maturity levels as in CMM.
People Capability Maturity Model P-CMM levels• Five stage model 1. Initial. Ad-hoc people management 2. Repeatable. Policies developed for capability improvement 3. Defined. Standardised people management across the organisation 4. Managed. Quantitative goals for people management in place 5. Optimizing. Continuous focus on improving individual competence and workforce motivation
People Capability Maturity ModelProcess Area & Maturity Levels
People Capability Maturity ModelSummary• Why P-CMM ?• Introduction• Difference between CMM and P-CMM• Architecture• Process area and maturity levels